Clerk: Catherine Gwilliam
4 Normanton Cottages
Empingham Road, Normanton
Rutland LE15 8RW

Tel: 01780 460128

Tags: Consultation

Inclusion of St George’s Barracks within the 2017 Local Plan

Inclusion of St George’s Barracks within the 2017 Local Plan

Last Summer the County Council issued a consultation document seeking views on the inclusion of a development at St George's Barracks within the Local Plan. The results of this consultation have been quietly published and can be found on the County Council's Web Site

https://www.rutland.gov.uk/my-services/planning-and-building-control/planning/planning-policy/local-plan-review/

The results of the consultation... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 08 Jun 2019 13:17 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Barracks, Consultation

Village Response to Local Plan Consultation

Village Response to Local Plan Consultation

It has taken a considerable effort to research, prepare and write responses to the RCC Local Plan Consultation on a very inappropriate deadline. Almost without exception the entire village has responded in huge detail to the outline plan from RCC. It took a long time to complete forms and I for one found it very challenging to complete in 'plannerish'

On behalf of the Parish Council I would like to... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 24 Sep 2018 18:43 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Defence Cuts, Barracks, RCC Communications, Consultation

Fixing the broken housing market

Fixing the broken housing market

Quite a long read but worth it.

Government Paper

Fixing our broken housing market

Posted: Mon, 06 Aug 2018 18:02 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, St George's Project, Consultation

ST GEORGE’S BARRACKS – MP Consultation Meeting

ST GEORGE’S BARRACKS – MP Consultation Meeting

On 22 Jun 18, Sir Alan Duncan MP Chaired a meeting to review the St George's Barracks Masterplan. Invited were representatives of Rutland County Council, their consultants, RegenCo, the Ministry of Defence (Defence Infrastructure Organisations), County Councillors and representatives of a number of Parish Councils.

Though not an official record of the meeting, which has yet to be published, please find... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 04 Jul 2018 18:06 by Norman Milne

Tags: St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Barracks, Defence Cuts, Consultation

IMPORTANT – St GEORGE’S BARRACKS PLAN – FEEDBACK FORM

IMPORTANT – St GEORGE’S BARRACKS PLAN – FEEDBACK FORM

If we are to be able to influence RCC's view of the proposed development at St George's Barracks it is essential that as many people as possible complete the Feedback Form. It doesn't matter if you are for or against the proposals, your view is really important. There will be forms available at the meeting tomorrow (Wednesday 23rd) in the Village Hall or you may complete it on line: HERE

Posted: Tue, 22 May 2018 18:14 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Barracks, Consultation

Barracks Masterplan Consultation

Barracks Masterplan Consultation

From RCC:

Consultation around the first high-level plan for the St George's Barracks site in Rutland is now live, with full details available to view on a new, dedicated website: www.stgeorgesrutland.co.uk

During the consultation period local communities, the wider Rutland public and key stakeholder groups are all invited to share their views on the proposals being put forward for discussion.

The following... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 12 May 2018 13:08 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Defence Cuts, RCC Communications, Barracks, Consultation

BARRACKS MASTER PLAN PUBLICATION

BARRACKS MASTER PLAN PUBLICATION

The Leader of RCC commented last week that "the Publication of the first high-level plan for St George's Barracks marks the start of a conversation between the Council, the MoD and Rutland Residents as we begin to plan for the future of this extremely important site" Consultation around the first high level plan for St George's will begin with a public exhibition at Victoria Hall in Oakham from 3pm... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 30 Apr 2018 14:27 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, Consultation, Barracks